Plaintiffs’ Original Petition for Bill of review and Requests for Disclosure
TO THE HONORABLE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT
Comes now pro se plaintiff’s, Alvie Campbell and Julia Campbell, (herein “Campbell’s)
and files this Original Petition for Bill of Review in cause number 12-0549.
, and will show such judgment was obtained by fraud and misrepresentation in the following;
This court has stated; “While this court has always upheld the sanctity of final
judgments, we have also always recognized that showing the former judgment was obtained by fraud will justify a bill of review t
, 669 SW 2d 309 - Tex: Supreme Court 1984
This court has also stated; “Extrin
sic fraud is fraud that denies a losing party the opportunity to fully litigate at trial all the rights or defenses that could have been
, 165 SW 3d 336 - Tex: Supreme Court 2005
A U.S. District Court has stated; “The Where jurisdiction depends upon domicile
that question is always open to re-examination, even upon contradictory evidence... Moreover, fraud destroys the validity of everything into which it enters. It affects fatally
even the most solemn judgments and decrees”,
438 F. 2d 705 - Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit 1971.
In 1952, the Texas Supreme Court stated; “Rule 166
-A, Rules of Civil Procedure, provides for summary judgment "(c) * * The judgment sought shall be rendered forthwith
, 722 S.W.2d 407, 407 (Tex. 1987); see also,
, 7 9 2 S .W. 2 d 1 5 0 , 1 5 3 (Tex.App.
Houston [1st Dist.] 1990, writ denied) (a bill of review is a separate suit in equity, brought to set aside a judgment in the same court in an earlier suit, when the judgment in the earlier suit is final, not reviewable by appeal or by writ of error, and does not appear to be void on the face of the record).